Come and discover “Janine Sutto: Tribute to a woman of heart” the exhibition, made by the members of the MAIH as part of the workshop Artistic Explorations. The occasion to pay homage to this great lady of theater and television which lasted more than 40 years, took place as spokesperson of the AMDI.
Come admire the paintings, poems, photographs, collages and other works through which the MAIH members are re-displayed and attached and they recognize in turn. intellectual disability. A great opportunity to learn a little more about the commitments of this woman of heart, and come to admire the talents of artists of the members.
You have until december to admire the paintings, poems, photographs, collages and other works through which the MAIH members are reafirming their attatchment and their gratitud toward this figure that had done so much for our community. A wonderful occasion to learn more about Janine Sutto and discover the artistic talents of our members.
MAIH would like to thanks all the people that came to the opening. Thanks to Mrs. Émilie Thuillier for her speech about the Montreal accessibility project, and thank you to our guests of honnor Mrs. Deyglun and Mr. Jean-François Lépine and their children, Sophie and Félix; Martin and Jacques Deschênes and Denise Tonelli. Finally, thank you to our precious partners, to the Janine Sutto culture House for their great welcoming and to our members.
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«Janine Sutto: Tribute to a woman of heart»
Exhibited until December in the lobby of Janine Sutto culture house (2550 Ontario Street East). Open Tuesday to Thursday from 1:00pm to 7:00pm and Friday and Saturday from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.
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